WESTERLY, R.I. — The Dartmouth men's golf team won a tournament for the second consecutive week. The Big Green won The Classic at Shelter Harbor with a team score of 594. Dartmouth won the 15-team event after firing a 303 in the second round at the par-71 6,695-yard course. The team led after a first-round 291 on Saturday and held on to best Connecticut (600) by six strokes. Columbia took second at 603 and Princeton finished fourth at 606.

Senior Peter Williamson (Hanover, N.H.) placed second overall after losing in a playoff to Bernie D'Amato of Princeton. Williamson finished the tournament 1-over-par (143). He fired an even-par 71 in the second round after a 72 in the first round.

Sophomore Joey Maziar (Atlanta, Ga.) tied for seventh at 6-over-par (148). First-round leader, junior James Pleat (Nashua, N.H.), finished tied for 10th at 7-over-par (149). Junior Owen Lynch (Rumford, R.I.) tied for 58th at 162, and freshman Charlie Edler (Fair Haven, N.J.) tied for 61st at 163.

The Classic marked the final tournament for the Big Green in the fall season. The team will return to play in the spring.